Anglo Swiss Resources has received a new multi-year exploration and drill permit to commence an exploration and drill program at its Nelson Mining Camp Property which includes its wholly-owned Kenville gold mine in British Columbia, Canada.
The company has begun initial phase 2,000m drill campaign, testing areas south of the Venango veins located west of the Kenville mine.
The program will then follow-up on the recent drill programs, and continue to test the strike extent of the high-grade veins intercepted 500m to the south of the mine.
These vein systems remain open in all directions and appear to increase in density south of the mine, the company said.
Following the completion of the initial drill program, Anglo Swiss Resources plans to initiate NI 43-101 resource estimates south of the Kenville mine.
Additionally, permits are in place for underground exploration including drilling and rehabilitation of the 275-level (one of seven levels) of the Kenville mine.
According to the company, the drill programs and rehabilitation of the 275-level will occur concurrently.
The company will begin the NI 43-101 resource work once rehabilitation of the 275-level is complete.